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C O N F I D E N T I A L Volume 18 Number 2

JUNE/JULY 2018

summer serene or spicy


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The sun is out and the weather is perfect so step outdoors and enjoy all this region has to offer. With scenic views, tremendous camping opportunities, gorgeous parks, and maybe even some Dominican spice, make a trip to Sullivan County a part of your summer itinerary.

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more to do than days to do it he Sullivan Catskills come alive in the summer with an abundance of outdoor adventures and special events. Outdoor adventures await everyone who wants to experience the Delaware River. Get out and canoe, kayak, raft or tube through whitewater or take a ride down a 3,000 foot dual racing zipline. Take your seat for big stars on the big stage at Bethel Woods or enjoy a brew and an evening with the best local talent in an intimate setting. Gather the family for a Broadway musical or a play, in the evening musical cabaret’s. The Sullivan Catskills are alive with the sound of music at the Forestburgh Playhouse. Sit around the bonfire and watch as

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the stars light up around the lake at nightfall. The s'more’s, along with hot dogs are an everlasting component of the American camping tradition. Independence Day is a treasured holiday. Whatever you do, don’t miss the most anticipated firework displays of the year at the Villa Roma Resort and the Monticello Casino & Raceway. Be sure to make time to attend the 24th Annual Liberty Festival on July 4th complete with a classic car show and a parade. So many more of our Sullivan Catskills venues have festivities and fireworks too - check out our website for details SullivanCatskills.com Welcome to Summertime in the Sullivan Catskills!

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park the camper or... here are many great places to camp in the Sullivan Catskills. Here’s a list of places where you can go. Visit their respective websites for more information!

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Skyway Camping Resort Location: 99 Mountaindale Rd., Greenfield Park, NY Phone number: (845) 647-5747 Email: skywaycamping@gmail.com Open: May - October Lander’s Narrowsburg Campground Location: 69 DeMauro Lane, Narrowsburg, NY Phone number: (845) 252-3925 Email: lander@ptd.net Website: www.landersrivertrips.com Lander’s Minisink Campground Location: 3909 State Rte 97, Barryville, NY Phone number: (845) 252-3925 Email: lander@ptd.net Website: www.landersrivertrips.com Open: May - September Morningside Park Location: 11 Morningside Rd., Hurleyville, NY Phone number: (845) 434-5877 Email: donna@fallsburgny.com Roscoe Campsite Park Location: 2179 Old Rte. 17, Roscoe, NY Phone number: (607) 498-5264 Email: info@roscoecp.com Website: www.roscoecampsitepark.com Open: April - October Happy Days Campground Location: 454 Horseshoe Lake Rd, Bethel, NY Phone number: (845) 583-6575 Email: info@happydayscampground.com Website: www.happydayscampground.com Open: May - October Ten Mile River Scout Camp Location: 1481 Crystal Lake Rd, Narrowsburg, NY Phone number: (845) 252-2003 Email: camping@bsa-gnyc.org Website: www.tenmileriver.org Open: July - August/By appointment the rest of the year Hunter Lake Campground Location: 124 Hunter Lake Dr., Parksville, NY Phone number: (845) 292-3629 Email: holycow1932@gmail.com Website: www.hunterlakecampground.com Open: 6

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Transient Camping: Memorial Day - Labor Day Seasonal Camping: Mother’s Day - Columbus Day Jerry’s 3 River Campground Location: 2333 Rte. 97, Pond Eddy, NY Phone number: (845) 557-6078 Website: www.jerrys3rivercampground.com Open: April - October Kittatinny Campgrounds Location: 3854 Rte. 97, Barryville, NY Phone number: (845) 557-8611 Email: info@kittatinny.com Website: www.kittatinny.com Open: April - October Indian Head Canoes Location: 3883 Rte. 97, Barryville, NY Phone number: (845) 557-8777 Email: reservations@indianheadcanoes.com Website: www. indianheadcanoes.com Open: April - October Kingswood Campsite Location: 1500 Hathaway Pond Road, Hancock, NY Phone number: (607) 637-5401 Email: kwadministrator@nyac.com Website: www.kingswoodcampsite.org Open: Camping season is June 22 - September 3 Off-season farmhouse rental is available Bethel Pastures Farm Bed & Breakfast Location: 181 Riemenschneider Rd., Jeffersonville, NY Phone number: (914) 799 - 1275 Email: bethelpastures@aol.com Website: www.bethelpasturesfarm.com Open: May - October Jellystone Park at Birchwood Acres Location: 85 Marinfield Rd, Greenfield Park, NY Phone number: (845) 434- 4743 Website: www.nyjellystone.com Open: May - October Berentsen’s Campground Location: 266 Roosa Gap Rd, Bloomingburg, NY Phone number: (845) 733-4984 Email: bcampground@yahoo.com Website: www.berentsencampground.com Open: May - October J U N E / J U LY 2 0 1 8


pitch the tent Bethel Hideaway Campground Resort Location: 181 Riemenschneider Rd., Jeffersonville, NY Phone number: (845) 707-3402 Email: bethelhideawaycampground@yahoo.com Website: www.bethelhideawaycampground.com Mountaindale Park Campground Location: 126 Mountaindale Park Rd, Mountaindale, NY Phone number: (845) 434-5877 Email: donna@fallsburgny.com Website: www.townoffallsburg.com

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Beaverkill State Campground Location: 792 Berry Brook Rd, Roscoe, NY Phone number: (845) 888-2161 Open: May - Columbus Day Mongaup Pond State Campground Location: 231 Mongaup Pond Rd, DeBruce, NY Open: May - Columbus Day Amenities and Facilities: • Tent camping sites located on the Beaverkill fishing stream

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the 2018 line-up

June 12-17 Steel Magnolias

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July 3-15 Kiss Me Kate

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ince 1947, the Forestburgh Playhouse, in Forestburgh, NY has offered great shows of amazing quality. They are the oldest continuously operating professional summer theatre in New York State. Also, be sure to stop by the Forestburgh Tavern for a cabaret and dinner before the show Tuesday through Thursday or come to a late-nite cabaret after the show on Fridays and Saturdays. The Tavern is proud to unveil a brand new set of menus for the dinner cabarets. Check out the many exciting culinary themes and enjoy a sumptuous meal before a show. The Tavern is excited to partner with local vendors, breweries and distilleries to bring the best food and drink of the Catskills. 10

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Last, but not least, don’t forget about the Forestburgh Tavern Fall Series. Every Saturday this Fall from Labor Day until Halloween, the Forestburgh Tavern will be presenting exciting bands, comedy, drag, cabarets and for a fourth year in a row, The Rocky Horror Show—live onstage. Thanks to popular demand, Rocky Horror runs three weekends of performances—October 12-13, 19-20 and 26-27 – Book now! For more information about the playhouse or to purchase tickets, visit www.fbplayhouse.org/. Here’s a look at their summer lineup! Call the Box Office at 845-794-1194 for tickets and reservations, or go to www.fbplayhouse.org for more information and tickets! J U N E / J U LY 2 0 1 8


at the playhouse

July 31- Aug. 12 Fiddler on the Roof

Aug 14-26 Mamma Mia!

Aug. 28-Sept. 2 The Last Five Years

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parks in focus

Lake Superior State Park ake Superior State Park consists of 1409 acres and features Lake Superior and Chestnut Ridge Pond. The park is part of the Palisades Interstate Park Commission and is operated by Sullivan County through a longterm license agreement. The County operates two areas of the park; Lake Superior's beach area (fee) features a swimming area, sand beach, picnic areas with grills, group picnic pavilion (fee) rowboat and paddle boat rentals, boat launch (electric motors only), vending machines, restrooms, shower/changing area, fishing (DEC fishing license required), volleyball court and playground (ages 5-12). Lake Superior's dam picnic area features picnic tables and grills, a group picnic pavilion (fee), portable toilet facilities and fishing access to Lake Superior. The beach area operates for swimming on weekends and holidays from Memorial Day weekend through June. Daily beach operation commences the last week of June through Labor Day. The park is open year round. Big game hunting (DEC hunting permit required), ice fishing, hiking and sleigh riding are permitted at the park. Call (845) 807-0287 for details.

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Lake Superior State Park 342 Dr. Duggan Road, Bethel, NY Phone: (845) 807-0287 (Sept.-May) Off Route 17B, 10 miles west of Route 17 Exit 104 Phone: (845) 583-7908 (June-August) Park - Open year round , Rental Pavilions, playground, beach Beach - Open Weekends Memorial Day Weekend - June 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Open Daily last weekend in June – Labor Day 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. Fees through Labor Day – Day Pass: $5 per person. Free for children under three years old and Veterans with F.A.V.O.R card.

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love the latin flavor? story and photos by Joseph Abraham oing somewhere new for the first time might seem intimidating. However, that’s not the case at Nelly’s Latin Restaurant in Monticello, NY. “Our customers are like our family,” Owner Nelly Diaz Ortiz said. “We want everyone to feel comfortable and at home.” Nelly enjoys seeing people having a good time and enjoying themselves. Her dream of one day opening a restaurant became a reality in 2015. Born in Bonao, Dominican Republic, Nelly learned how to cook at a young age, working alongside her mother in the kitchen by age 12, mastering recipes passed down for generations. The comfortable and homelike feel is reflected in the food, which is made from

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Awaken your tastebuds with the delicious cuisine at Nelly’s Latin Restaurant. Try the flavorful rice and beans, plantains, roasted pork as well as other meats. And cool down with a juice or shake. There’s plenty of seating inside, but if it’s nice out, enjoy the view of Broadway from the outside deck. Nelly Diaz Ortiz made her dream a reality when she opened the restaurant in 2015. On the outside of the building, there’s a gorgeous mural which was done by local artist Malik Bridges.

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love the latin flavor? story and photos by Joseph Abraham oing somewhere new for the first time might seem intimidating. However, that’s not the case at Nelly’s Latin Restaurant in Monticello, NY. “Our customers are like our family,” Owner Nelly Diaz Ortiz said. “We want everyone to feel comfortable and at home.” Nelly enjoys seeing people having a good time and enjoying themselves. Her dream of one day opening a restaurant became a reality in 2015. Born in Bonao, Dominican Republic, Nelly learned how to cook at a young age, working alongside her mother in the kitchen by age 12, mastering recipes passed down for generations. The comfortable and homelike feel is reflected in the food, which is made from

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scratch every day using fresh ingredients. The menu is filled with several delicious items including Nelly’s favorite, Rabo (Oxtail), as well as other tasty chicken, beef, pork, seafood and goat dishes. A variety of soups and empanadas are also offered. For vegetarians, there’s rice and beans, yuca (the root of the Cassava plant) and of course plantains. If something sparks your curiosity but you’re unsure if you’ll like it, customers can sample different items so you can try before you buy. Also, don’t forget about your sweet tooth. Try a slice of a Dominican cake with guava and pineapple, flan, tres leches and much more. Nelly’s also caters and there’s an event area located inside the restaurant that people can rent. While Nelly’s atmosphere makes you feel at home, the family can always get bigger, so make sure to bring your friends. There’s plenty of seating available both inside the restaurant and outdoors. The food isn’t Nelly’s only attraction. On Saturday night when the restaurant closes, it transforms into Nelly’s Lounge (opens at 10 p.m.) with a DJ, music, dancing and drinks for sale at the bar where you can have fun with your friends, family and meet new people. Nelly’s has become more than a business on Broadway, but a fabric of the local community. J U N E / J U LY 2 0 1 8


Everyone at Nelly’s feels like family. Bring friends and relatives to socialize and enjoy a meal. On a cooler summer day in the Catskills, try one of Nelly’s Dominican soups; or one of her hearty stews.

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the (not so) general store

arrowsburg, NY, is a great place to visit with a mix of both local residents and individuals from all over the world, which many have made this hamlet their home. Since it opened a year ago, Narrowsburg Proper has become, the not so general, general store. The store completes the wonderful shops on Narrowsburg’s Main Street. Joan and Ron Santo opened the shop as a spin-off of their other business, Narrowsburg Fine Wine and Spirits, which they opened in

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2012. Narrowsburg Proper features many amazing products, some of which are local, domestic or international. “The shop is constantly evolving. Items from local Mom and Pop shops from my old neighborhood in South Brooklyn, to food imported from the UK and France.The men’s clothing is curated from travels to Portugal, as well as domestic. There are items for babies and children as well...most importantly items to help you make that ‘proper’ cock-

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tail,” Joan said. Several locally made items can be found in the shop such as forest raised pork from White Stag Farms in Tyler Hill (Pa.). Essential Oil products made by Tsubo aromatherapy, especially made for the shop are Proper Beard Oil, Proper Throne Spray and the best mosquito /bug repellent you will ever use. SOHHA is another locally made product,

which makes a delicious baba ganoush, which has become a customer favorite. Catskill Provisions, 2Queens, Black and Brass, Barn Lab, Pedro Beauregard jewelry, and Dyberry Weaver rugs and bags are other great local brands you’ll find at the shop. Joan loves when customers, both new and old, enter the shop and encounter new foods or something they didn’t expect to find . “I love when people come to town and are CONTINUED ON PAGE 24

Narrowsburg Proper offers an amazing variety of products produced in the region and state such as the Karma Sauce salsa, Catskill Provisions Chocolate Honey Truffles, 2Queens Honey Butter, SOHHA Savory Yogurt and Baba Ghanouj shown above. Also, Joan Santo has a great selection of products from her travels abroad such as the Burel handbag (to the left). J U N E / J U LY 2 0 1 8

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NARROWSBURG PROPER 44 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY (845) 252-5099 Thursdays and Mondays they’re open 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. 7 p.m. and Sundays noon to 5 p.m.

so happy to try new foods and can purchase items that they could never find upstate,” Joan said. Narrowsburg Proper is open Thursday through Monday. “Ron and I love the friends and customers that we have made with the two shops,” Joan Santo said.“It feels like family coming in... hanging out, and supporting us. Narrowsburg is a special town and we feel very blessed to be able to live and work here.” After your visit to Narrowsburg Proper, stop by the wine shop. Ron’s love of wine led to his opening of this business. He carefully curates the shop, making sure everything in there is up to his standards. Locally made wine and spirits also play a great role in his repertoire.The selection is well priced, creatively selected, and perfect for anyone who loves to experience new libations.You can always find something new... it is always evolving and open seven days a week.

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June 15 Leo Sandoval Brazilian Tap & Jazz Trio @ Hancock Town Square @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Leo’s style is rooted in America’s great tap dance heritage and in Brazil’s rich rhythmic and musical traditions with additional influences from jazz and contemporary dance. Hancock, NY. For more info visit http://destinationhancock.com/ The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop presents six short plays to whet every theatre goer’s appetite for drama. “Snow Stars”, “Locked Away”, “Snakes in a Lunch Box”, “Rougth Day on the Street”, “Look Me in the Eye”, and “Mrs. Sorkin” will be presented on June 15 & 16 at 8:00PM and June 17 at 2:00PM at the Rivoli Theatre, Main Street, South Fallsburg. Admission is $15; $12 for seniors, students, military & veterans. Get tickets at the door one hour prior to curtain or on-line at www.ShowTix4U.com. For information: www.SCDW.net or call (845) 436-5336. Resorts World Catskills Bar 360 Iron Cowboy featuring Cathy Paty will bring country music with horsepower to Resorts World Catskills at 6:00 p.m. Bosco and the Storm will follow at 10:00 p.m. with high energy dance music, R&B, rock and the top 40 hits of today. 888 Resorts World Drive, Monticello. Call Center: 833-586-9358, is open and accepting reservations.

June 16 Grahamsville United Methodist Church. Third Saturday Thrift Sale from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Thank you for shopping with us. We invite you to join us on Sundays for Worship and Church School (grades pre-K through 7th) at 10:30 a.m. We also welcome you to worship at our sister church, Sundown U.M. Church at 8:30am on Sundays. Western Sullivan Public Library Let’s Garden! Wouldn't it be cool to see the inside of the soil when a plant is growing? That's exactly what we'll be doing during Let's Garden! We'll create a seed viewing window so that you can watch your seed grow and demonstrate your knowledge of the plant parts we learn together! Join us at the TustenCochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, in Narrowsburg, for Family Fun on Saturday, June 16th, at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. at the Delaware Free Branch of 28

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June 22 Poison with special guests Cheap Trick & Pop Evil - 7 p.m. - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenterforthearts.org. Resorts World Catskills Bar 360 In a one-of-akind show at 6:00 p.m., Dueling Pianos will belt out an all-request, pop and rock singalong that’s part music, part comedy. The dance band CloudNYne will follow at 10:00 p.m. 888 Resorts World Drive, The casino resort’s call center, reachable at 1-833-5869358, is open and accepting reservations.

June 23 Summer Wellness: Exploring Aromatherapy, Acupuncture & Qi-gong for Fragrant Joyful Balance. 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, Christopher Lee, Kung Fu Master, Lynn Potter, LiJ U N E / J U LY 2 0 1 8

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June 28th E.B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello. 6:00 p.m. “Fake News in the Age of Donald Trump”. Steve Israel presents this timely and intriguing program. Steve, retired from the Times Herald Record, is an award-winning writer and editor. Steve has covered landmark events, including President Obama’s first inauguration, Pope Francis’ visit to New York City and Donald Trump’s failed attempt to block a casino in Sullivan County. Free and open to the public. For more information, please call 845 794-4660.

June 29 Steve Miller Band with Peter Frampton - 7:30 p.m. - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenterforthearts.org. Resorts World Catskills Bar 360 D Major will perform an eclectic blend of popular songs, taking the stage at 6:00 p.m. to bring guests at Resorts World Catskills rewritten versions of classics – from jazz standards of the 1940’s to contemporary pop favorites. Bills Toupee, a pop dance cover band, will perform at 10:00 p.m. 888 Resorts World Drive, Monticello. Resorts World Catskills is open to the public 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days a year. BKAA Event - Moonlight Walk at the Basha Kill - 9 pm. Enjoy moonrise over the Shawangunk Ridge as you hear interesting bits of our area’s natural & cultural history. DEC parking lot, Haven Rd. off Rt. 209 south of Wurtsboro, NY. Gary Keeton: 386-4892 for info.

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July 6 Joanne Shenandoah @ Hancock Town Square - @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm - Contemporary Native American - A Grammy Award winner with 3 nominations and over 40 music awards, Joanne has been called "One of America's most celebrated and critically acclaimed Native American musicians of her time."Hancock, NY. For more info visit http://destinationhancock.com/

July 8 An Evening with Ann Hampton Callaway - 7 p.m. - The Event Gallery at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org. 4th Annual Car Show at Fireman’s Park at Woodbourne Fire Dept with Any Make Any Model Car Club - Hasbrouck, NY. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Registration 9 a.m. to Noon. Registration $10, Spectators $5, Children under 12 FREE. Proceeds to be donated to Ride 2 Survive Sullivan County, INC. Competitions: Teeter Totter, Burn Out Pit, & Muffler Rap. 50/50 & Door prizes as well! Trophies Presented at 3 p.m. Entertainment by DJ Mark Good Vibrations. Music from 10:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Food and beverages available for purchase from the Woodbourne Fire Dept. For more info contact Carl at 845-798-8788 or Tony at 845-901-8214. Woodstock Vintage Motorcycle Ride Woodstock Lodge off RT 375 Woodstock, NY (behind the Woodstock School) 11a.m. Depart at 12 noon sharp. All bikes/years are

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July 14 Steely Dan & The Doobie Brothers - 7:30 p.m. - Bethel Woods Center for the Arts located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. For more information, please visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org.

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